‘Three soldiers injured’ as Boko Haram attacks military base in Yobe Boko Haram insurgents, on Saturday, attacked a military base in Katarko village, Gujba LGA of Yobe state. Sources told TheCable the insurgents drove into Katarko village in about 10 gun trucks and attacked the military formation.
As the security agency continues to do its best under the Buhari-led administration to fight and combat corruption, banditry, terrorism, and the likes, a recent publication by The Economist of the United Kingdom (UK) on Saturday condemned the Buhari-led administration. According to reports, the publication describes the Buhari-led administration as incompetent when dealing with banditry, corruption, and terrorism, tarnishing the heart of Africa.
The unknown gunmen perpetrating violence in the southeast region of the country has again struck a police station in Imo state. The hoodlums made use of petrol bombs to cause the destruction of the critical security facility. This latest tactic signifies how dangerous, cruel and heartless the criminals have become.
Military Jets Destroy 20 Terrorists’ Boats, Kill Over 100 Fighters Military fighter jets deployed for Operation Hadin Kai destroyed 20 boats carrying over 100 Boko Haram Terrorists/Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) in the Lake Chad region at the weekend. Photo Credit: Leadership News The air component of OPHK following credible intelligence on October 20, 2021 said about 20 boats with suspected Boko Haram /ISWAP terrorists were converging for a meeting on an Island in the Tumbuns on the Lake Chad and at Malam Fatori, deployed three NAF aircraft to carry out strikes.
The federal government and the Buhari-led administration have been criticized in some cases for the ongoing conflict and insecurity challenges ravaging the country, but Nigerians need to understand that President Buhari has promised to fight corruption and he will fulfill it before his tenure is over. The Buhari-led administration has also been accused of withholding the names and sponsors of Boko Haram from Nigerians.
The Nigerian Army achievement in the northeastern region of the country speak for itself. The allegations of incompetency by the United Kingdom newspaper known as The Economist may be regarded as misleading. Weeks before the publication of the allegations, Nigerian Defence Headquarters announced the death of Albarnawi, who happened to be a notorious factional leader of the terrorist organisation.
Dr. Ahmad Abubakar Mahmud Gumi has remained committed and outspoken about what he believes is the right course of action in dealing with the challenges posed to Nigeria and her citizens by bandits. In his most recent post on his Facebook account on Sunday the 24th of October, he submitted that declaring bandits as terrorists would worsen the insecurity posed by them.
Heaven Didn't Fall When IPOB Was Proscribed. Then Why Will Nigeria End If Bandits Face Similar Fate?
It's no longer news that bandits are causing havoc in the Northern region of Nigeria. These bandits didn't just take delight in abduction, but also the destruction of lives and properties. The menace of these bandits have left people in the affected region trembling and some have even called on the Nigerian government to declare these bandits as terrorists.
picture.credit.aljazzeranews. Nigeria is on the verge of breaking down security-wise. At the same time, the Boko Haram terrorist extremist groups are causing havoc in the north. The ISWPA has taken the lead after they neutralized Shekau, the leader of Boko Haram. The bandits are waging war against the northern States, killing, maiming, and invading military camps.
Nigerian Ambassador to the Benin Republic, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusufu Buratai (Rtd), has stated that Boko Haram has been defeated by the Nigerian Army. He stated this while he was commending President Muhammadu Buhari for his support to the Nigerian military. However, a report from Premium Times has disclosed that some armed men suspected to be members of Boko Haram recently attacked a Nigerian military base in Katarko village in Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe State.
picture.politicenigeria.com Everyone is aware of the efforts the FG is making to end insecurity in Nigeria. The north is battling with Boko Haram terrorism, ISWAP, and bandit attacks. In the South East, it's the Seccession activities and the unknown gunmen attack. The South West remains the only zone with less levels of insecurity since the end of the open grazing regime of the Fulani herdsmen, who have not surrendered totally.
Security issues are one of the topics that the public is constantly discussing. This is due to the terrorism perpetrated by Boko Haram members across the country in addition to the violence perpetrated by the bandits. It may be said that Boko Haram's influence in Nigeria has diminished due to the drastic measures taken by the security agencies.
Nigeria is no doubt a blessed country, despite so many problems facing the country most especially the Boko Haram terrorist in the North East, we are still able to unite to keep the country moving forward. President Muhammadu Buhari since coming into office in the 2015 presidential election, He has been outstanding in his duty of moving the country forward and this could be seen in the vigorous fight against terrorism, infrastructural development etc.
Insecurity remains a ravaging factor that has claimed more lives and properties in Nigeria following the mindless and senseless activities of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists, bandits, killer Fulani herdsmen and other criminals operating in the North and Southern part of the country. This has been a worrisome situation for both the government and citizens in the past few months.
Following criticisms by a London magazine ‘The Economist’, on the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, and the Nigerian army, the president’s special assistant in media and publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, reacted on Sunday night to the nomination of the newspapers. In his statement, Shehu agreed with The Economist that Nigeria is currently faced with four key threats to the nation’s stability and prosperity, namely: ISWAP / Boko Haram terrorism in the northeast; kidnapping and crime in the Northwest; disputes between herders and farmers in the central belt; and the hoaxes of the IPOB terrorists in the Southeast.
Assailants suspected to be members of Book Haram attacked a Nigerian military base in Katarko village in Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe State on Saturday. While one must commend the Nigerian military for their ability to repel the terrorists, reported details of the incident raises two concerns regarding the group.
The Senior Special Assistant to the on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, Sunday night reacted to the bashing of the Muhammadu Buhari administration by a London Magazine, ‘The Economist’. The magazine in a piece titled: ‘The crime scene at the heart of Africa’, berated the administration over its anti-corruption fight.
The Northern part of Nigeria for some time now has been hit with the plagues of banditry. Bandits seemed to be carrying out their attacks with impunity and it looked like they are determined to become the new lord of North West if they are not stopped by the Nigerian government.
The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and minister of justice, Abubakar Malami, has reportedly revealed the details of the findings of a committee that investigated Sunday Igboho. According to him, the yoruba nation activist, was mainly sponsored by a member of the eighth National Assembly, adding that, the investigations also found some transactions between Igboho's company and a company that is being investigated for terrorism financing.
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Photos Credit: Google JUST-IN: Boko Haram Attacks Yobe Community Armed persons believed to be members of Book Haram terrorist group, on Saturday, attacked a Nigerian military base in Katarko village in Gujba local government area of Yobe State. Photos Credit: Leadership News Credible sources said the insurgents engaged security agents in the base in heavy shooting, forcing residents to run to the bushes for safety.